Wed., March 13, 2013 11:05am
Wednesday marks the 20-year anniversary of the bizarre "Blizzard of '93" that glazed much of Georgia to a standstill with wind-whipped snow and sub-zero chill factors. It was just a week before the official start of spring, with azaleas and dogwoods already budding in Augusta.
Sat., February 16, 2013 12:00pm
Forecasters say arctic air pushing into Georgia could bring scattered snow showers to the mountains and cause some isolated flurries in the state's central region.
Mon., February 27, 2012 9:00am
The Department of Transportation has spent about $50,000 combating the elements statewide this year, mostly in northeast Georgia. That compares to nearly $2.6 million last winter spent scraping away packed ice and snow in northeast Georgia alone.
Mon., February 13, 2012 6:17pm
The Georgia Department of Transportation is ready for Monday evening's predicted snow. In northeast mountain counties storm vehicles are already loaded and can be deployed in less than 15 minutes if needed.
Mon., November 28, 2011 3:23pm
Forecasters say light snow will be possible late Monday night and into Tuesday morning across northern and central Georgia. The exception will be in the higher elevations of the north Georgia mountains, where up to an inch of snow could fall by noon Tuesday. A rain-snow mix is expected in parts of central Georgia.
Thu., January 13, 2011 5:37pm
Icy roads have kept many schools, businesses and state agencies closed this week. That may be a nice break for salaried employees but for people who are losing paid work hours, it’s not so relaxing.
Tue., January 11, 2011 7:25am
The winter storm continues to impact Georgia. Many roads are still trecherous, and several school systems remain closed.
Mon., January 10, 2011 5:20pm
Forecasters say there’s still plenty of concern with this winter storm for overnight into tomorrow morning. While snowfall has tapered-off across much of north and middle Georgia, the worry is for freezing rain to cause problems.
Sun., January 9, 2011 6:16pm
Governor Sonny Perdue Sunday night issued a state of emergency as the front-end of a severe winter storm began to move into Georgia. Some parts of the state could see up to 6 inches of snow by the time the storm rolls through. Forecasters however, are concerned about the effects of freezing rain and sleet across north and middle Georgia.
Fri., December 24, 2010 3:41pm
Much of the state could be in for a white Christmas. It would be the first time in more than a decade Georgia has gotten snowfall on Christmas day.